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From "Vanja Vlaski" <>
Subject web.xml question
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2000 12:17:47 GMT
In web.xml do I have to register all the servlets I will use or only first 
one that is being invoked?
Also how do I call servlet first instead of index.html?


>From: "G.Nagarajan" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: RE: tools for Stress Testing
>Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2000 11:29:55 +0100
>tools for Stress TestingHi,
>Try, MS web stress tool,
>These should help. I am using OpenSta for testing my jsps and servlets and
>it takes care of handling
>   -----Original Message-----
>   From: Chris Chen []
>   Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 9:06 PM
>   To: ''
>   Subject: tools for Stress Testing
>   Hi all,
>    I am just wondering if there is a way to do a stress testing on my
>   pages even I am using the session tracking in my application.
>   for example, I have:
>   1.jsp for user logon checking
>   2.jsp for loading data from database
>   3.jsp for business data calculation
>   4.jsp for modifying data to database
>   The application works like:
>    when user passed 1.jsp, there will be a set of data in their session,
>hold by
>   Java data Beans, from database. Base on those data, 3.jsp will 
>   certain business logic, then 4.jsp will write data to database.
>    I want to build a set of benchmark/stress testing for all those *.jsp
>   How long it will take? How's the response performance? ...
>   How could I do this? Is there any this kind of tools?
>   By using Tomcat, how can I let tomcat know that I am in the session, and
>performance certain data set for me?
>   Regards,
>    Chris

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